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Migration is said to be one of globalization’s discontents. While the movement of capital and trade across borders attendant on globalization is largely welcomed by states, the movement of people across borders is
Authors:János Imre Barabás, Tivadar Hüttl, István Hartyánszky, Levente Fazekas, Zoltán Oláh, Endre Zima, Erzsébet Paulovich, Andrea Kőszegi, and Zoltán Szabolcs
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Salim, M. A., DiSessa, T. G., Watson, D. C.: The wandering pacemaker: intraperitoneal migration of an epicardially placed pacemaker and
Pointing to various movements of individuals, the theme of
‘migration-immigration-emigration’ stimulates heterogeneous readings. The word
, deriving from Latin
, meaning ‘displacement from one country to another, to settle’.
refers to the displacement of the place of life of the individual. The prefixes
-are indicative of disparate movements. I will uncover the meaning of these three words,
. I will analyze the shape of the idea of migration in literature, in this case an essay type, in order to clarify his affinity with the notion of
borrowed from Gilles Deleuze. After a thorough analysis of the
, in the second part I will tackle the question of the image ‘migrant’ by Andrei Makine, a francophone writer who emigrated from Russia in the late 1980’s.
The study analyzes the changes in the religious and social life of a Roma Pentecostal community in an ethnically mixed village, and the relationship between migration practices and conversion to Pentecostalism. In the first part of the study, the author presents the Roma community and outlines the circumstances under which Pentecostalism emerged among them. Thereafter, the two types of migration practiced by the Roma will be presented: migration focused mainly on northern European countries, based on panhandling, and migration aimed at longer term residence in the countries of Western Europe. The analysis points to the importance of foreign migration-related income in the changing situation of the Roma, as well as the role of the Pentecostal religion in the modernization changes that began in the Roma community.
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